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Re: Labour to win? Surely not...
Jun 10, 2017, 08:03
Robot Emperor wrote:
Oh my head.

Sorry, but your wrong. This election was called to destroy the Labour party. The government has been liberally pissed on and they know it.

My teenage children are jubilant and say that this is shared by their friends. A Labour Party on a 50's style socialist manifesto has run the establishment to the wire. An interesting few years are in store.

I'll agree with you if there's another election soon and the Tories get voted out. Until then we are going to be claiming a moral victory for Corbyn but in effect continue to have tuition fees, private companies ripping off our national assets and squeezing the poor, ridiculous rents, school budget cuts and an NHS struggling to cope. The Labour Party had an opponent on the ropes struggling to stand up, the backing of the Remainders and people worried about the dementia tax, a massively increased youth vote and still the Tories managed to hold on to power.

What we need is the Scots to come back on side now that Indyref2 is dead in the water - that will change things for the UK as a whole. Either that or PR.

I can understand if people on the left are feeling happy that we made gains, but in reality until we can get Corbyn voted in to govt it's gonna be the same old establishment stitch up - food banks will continue to be a boom business, NHS chaos will get even worse and fat cats will have even greater expanding waistlines.

I don't want to be an honorable loser - this country desperately needs fixing asap.

Who cares if May gets replaced by Davis or Johnson? I couldn't care less.
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